Latitude / Longitude:
39° 32′ 19″ N, 111° 54′ 45″ W
Mountain (MST) (UTC-7)
Chicken Creek is a ghost town in Juab County, Utah.
Two families from Nephi established a ranch on Chicken Creek, in 1860. It was located 14 miles south of Nephi along the Mormon Road. By 1864 it had grown into a settlement called Chicken Creek and had acquired its own post office. In 1868, the town of Levan was established upstream 3 miles northeast of Chicken Creek.
By 1871, Levan’s success as a farming community led to Chicken Creek gradually being abandoned. Its post office was closed in 1876; only a few ruins of foundations and fireplaces remained.